Rassemblement Républicain de Rildanor
Rassemblement Républicain de Rildanor
AbbreviationRRR
PresidentXavier Payet
Vice-presidentMichel Masson
General managerLéa Vidal
SpokespersonPauline Bourgeois
FounderLukas Matic
Founded12 may 4840
Legalised20 may 4840
HeadquartersArloux, Morbanaque
NewspaperLe républicain libre
Student wingRassemblent de la Jeunesse
Youth wingUnité Ouvert vers l'avenir
Women's wingUnité Fémina
IdeologyRépublicain
libéral
Démocrate
Conservateur
Political positionCentre-droit
Colors     Violet
SloganLa liberté pour construire l'avenir
Seats at the National Convention of Rildanor
276 / 455
Local states
2 / 5
Website
rrr.ril

The Rildanor Republican Rally, better known by the acronym RRR, is a political party in Rildanor founded on May 12, 4840 under the leadership of Lukas Matic. The party’s initial goal was to bring about the reestablishment of a Republican regime. He sits in the center-right of the political spectrum. The RRR is a resurgence of an old party of the same name which briefly existed between 4653 and 4669. During this period, Lucas Blanchard, its founder, was three times president of Rildanor. Lukas Matic is a direct descendant of Lucas Blanchard. This is why he named the party with the same name in honor of his ancestor.

History[edit | edit source]

Foundation[edit | edit source]

In 4840, Lukas Matic is a young politician who fiercely opposes monarchical principles including the classification of the population making part of it "better born" than the other because of a title of nobility acquired by their ancestors.

This revulsion of monarchical privileges encouraged him to rub shoulders with personalities claiming to be publicly republican. After countless exchanges with them, but also with entrepreneurs, part of the artistic world and the middle class, Lukas Matic announced on May 12, 4840 the founding of the Republican Rally of Rildanor. This name is identical to the Republican Party of its 47th century ancestor.

Immediately, the RRR claimed the wish to end the monarchy of Mickael VII and establish a republican regime, but without using violence. Change must be done democratically. While Lukas Matic and his companions expect to have to try to convince for a long time, they receive unexpected and strong support from the main political party of the time: the New Popular Party (NPP). Confronted with a political class unanimously favorable to the establishment of a republican regime, King Mickael VII does not hesitate to abdicate in order not to go in opposition to the desires of the wills of the people and their representatives and not to see the blood sunk. As a result, the transition from a monarchy to a republic takes place in the greatest calm and a unique national cohesion thanks to the irreproachable responsibility of the king.

The Constituent[edit | edit source]

Between 4843 and 4845, Rildanor lived under the Constituent regime, a transitional period which allowed the two major political parties of the country to agree on the aspects that the brand new Republic should take. Despite a new total electoral failure which led the RRR to obtain no seat in the Constituent Convention, the conventionists of the New Popular Party fully involved the members of the RRR in the construction of future institutions. As such, the Republicans, under the leadership of Lukas Matic, will play a major role. They will weigh, for example, on the duration of the mandate, the number of seats at the national convention, on the emblems of the country ... The understanding between the popular and the republicans will lead to the establishment of the Trudeauist Republic of Rildanor which suits the actors of the Rildanorian political life.

Orientations[edit | edit source]

With the party's initial objective achieved, it was time for the RRR to build a more detailed political program. It was then decided to organize the "Republican Universities" in Arloux in September 10-19, 4844. These are the working sessions of this event that will lead to the common program of the different currents of the party. The liberals (who are then the most numerous), the conservatives and the progressives form the three main currents of the Rassemblent Républicain de Rildanor. They have in common the desire to promote individual freedoms, the right to vote, the right to undertake, the right to education and to health, national security and targeted international cooperation.

Organizational structure of the party[edit | edit source]

The Investiture Congress[edit | edit source]

The Investiture Congress is held in the month of April preceding the national general elections (eight months before). It is an opportunity for every influential member of the party to express themselves on national policies and on internal party politics. At its end, the Republican candidate for the next presidential election is elected by the members present by an absolute majority. Precise rules exist for each case. The delegate of the investiture convention is responsible for enforcing them. The latter is appointed by the President of the party.

The National Congress[edit | edit source]

The National Congress is convened by the Steering and Orientation Commission (CDO) when its members consider that the context requires it. It is organized by the President of the party and must be held at least once every six years. It is an opportunity for members to discuss social issues and to re-elect a new political office.

The Steering and Orientation Commission[edit | edit source]

This commission is made up of at least 30 party members. Some of its members can be elected for life from its midst if its work for the party or the country has proven to be of crucial importance. The vast majority of committee members (at least 75% of them) are elected every five years by members by post.

The political office[edit | edit source]

The RRR's political bureau is the party's executive body. He must answer for his action at the National Congress and to the Steering and Orientation Committee. It is composed of a President, a Vice-President (who holds the powers of treasurer), a spokesperson and a general manager. He may be surrounded by a team of volunteers responsible for various missions (advisers, secretariat, security, communication, information, activists, etc.). The political bureau is elected for a period of five years, but can be pushed to put back its mandate by the organization of a National Congress.

Party personalities[edit | edit source]

President of the party[edit | edit source]

President of the party
Start of term End of term Name Trend Date of birth
1 May 4840 June 4849 Lukas Matic Progressiste 04 janvier 4801
2 June 4849 March 4858 Zacharie Pichon Conservateur 14 juillet 4784
3 April 4858 April 4869 Denis Marchal Progressiste 04 février 4787
4 May 4869 January 4877 Yves Klein Libéral 08 décembre 4815
5 January 4877 May 4879 Aurélie Guyon Progressiste 30 novembre 4784
6 May 4879 January 4885 Delphine Saint-Colombe Conservateur 30 novembre 4812
7 January 4885 June 4891 Xavier Payet Conservateur 09 août 4809
8 June 4891 ... Charles Angemont Libéral 03 avril 4828

General manager[edit | edit source]

Managing Director
Start of term End of term Name Trend Date of birth
1 September 4842 February 4845 Chloé Mauriac Progressiste 22 décembre 4795
2 February 4845 June 4849 Benoit Jacquemot Progressiste 20 août 4805
3 June 4849 March 4858 Yann Ferrier Conservateur 20 mai 4826
4 April 4858 April 4869 Jean Vallon Libéral 16 juin 4793
5 May 4869 December 4872 Hugo Malifaux-Galmier Libéral 27 janvier 4847
6 January 4873 January 4877 Claude Lefèvre Libéral 05 novembre 4793
7 January 4877 May 4879 Gilles Rossi Conservateur 20 mars 4823
8 May 4879 January 4885 Xavier Payet Conservateur 09 août 4809
9 January 4885 June 4891 Léa Vidal Conservateur 19 août 4840
10 June 4891 ... Hugo Malifaux-Galmier Libéral 27 janvier 4847

Party spokesperson[edit | edit source]

Party spokesperson
Start of term End of term Name Trend Date of birth
1 September 4882 February 4845 Benoit Jacquemot Progressiste 20 août 4805
2 February 4845 June 4849 Irène Gauvin Progressiste 08 juillet 4820
3 June 4849 March 4858 Olivia Arnaud Conservateur 20 octobre 4785
4 April 4858 October 4862 Zacharie Pichon Conservateur 14 juillet 4784
5 November 4862 April 4869 Maxime Herbin Libéral 18 septembre 4816
6 May 4869 January 4877 Michel Kiderman Conservateur 31 mai 4798
7 January 4877 may 4879 Sophie Verrant Conservateur 25 juillet 4833
8 May 4879 January 4885 Laurent Gidouin Libéral 13 avril 4823
9 January 4885 June 4891 Pauline Bourgeois Progressiste 21 juin 4822
10 June 4891 ... Paul-Louis Sauveur Progressiste 06 juillet 4850

Investiture and presidential elections[edit | edit source]

Results of the investitures[edit | edit source]

Results of the investitures
Investiture date Location scope="col" !Name scope="col" !Trend scope="col" !Date of birth scope="col" !Result 1st round scope="col" !Result 2nd round
1 April 4844 Arloux (Morbanaque) Lukas Matic Progressiste 04 janvier 4801 96.26%
2 April 4848 Arloux (Morbanaque) Lukas Matic Progressiste 04 janvier 4801 84.90%
3 April 4852 Arloux (Morbanaque) Zacharie Pichon Conservateur 14 juillet 4784 86.88%
4 April 4856 Tiralle (Tiralouse) Yann Ferrier Conservateur 20 mai 4826 51,03%
Pierre Swiawieski Progressiste 05 avril 4801 28,36%
François Faussinet Libéral 19 juin 4815 13,60%
Anne Blanc Conservateur 06 août 4793 7,01%
5 April 4860 Tiralle (Tiralouse) Adrien Delannoy Conservateur 31 mars 4790 56,35%
Laurence Chauvin Progressiste 11 décembre 4822 22.09%
Yves Klein Libéral 08 décembre 4815 21.56%
6 April 4864 Tiralle (Tiralouse) Anne Blanc Conservateur 06 août 4793 52,80%
Jean-Pierre Grossolet Conservateur 17 août 4820 33,84%
Aurélie Guyon Progressiste 30 novembre 4784 13,36%
7 April 4868 Port-Tenay (Boudigaux) Anne Blanc Conservateur 06 août 4793 92,35%
8 April 4872 Arloux (Morbanaque) Gladys Vergneau Libéral 16 avril 4832 37,02% 54,52%
Jean-Philippe Lemoine Libéral 14 mai 4804 37,18% 45,48%
Yves Klein Libéral 08 décembre 4815 20,95%
Roland Brasseur Libéral 21 septembre 4818 3,14%
Gérard Sommet Libéral 15 décembre 4804 1,72%
9 April 4876 Alkenne (Tiralouse) Gladys Vergneau Libéral 16 avril 4832 74,60%
10 April 4880 Saint-Antoine (Montpellier) Marc Dupuy Libéral 15 novembre 4812 41,45% 69,25%
Daphnée Berger Libéral 07 mai 4825 28,90% 30,75%
Samuel Bacri Conservateur 15 mars 4846 13,53%
Castille Vaillant Libéral 26 juillet 4822 9,36%
Romain Matic Progressiste 24 août 4850 6,76%
11 April 4884 Port Tenay (Boudigaux) Gilles Rossi Conservateur 20 mars 4823 31,27% 59,85%
Samuel Bacri Conservateur 15 mars 4846 26,73% 40,15%
Benoit Jacquemot Progressiste 20 août 4805 22,93%
Léa Vidal Conservateur 19 août 4840 20,35%
Michel Mikanen Progressiste 22 juillet 4845 15,80%
Raymond Soulage Conservateur 15 juillet 4802 14,19%
12 May 4887 Croix (Boudigaux) Gilles Rossi Conservateur 20 mars 4823 67,39%
13 September 4890 Dinoît (Boudigaux) Georges Courcelles Libéral 11 février 4817 45,71% 50,01%
Nicolas Coulange Progressiste 10 janvier 4841 38,74% 49,99%
Morgane Schweizer Progressiste 26 août 4822 13,42%
Michel Courbet Libéral 08 mai 4845 2,14%
14 September 4894 Chevalier (Tiralouse) Georges Courcelles Libéral 11 février 4817 92,98%

RRR candidates for the presidency of Rildanor[edit | edit source]

RRR candidates for the presidency of Rildanor
Investiture date Election date Name Trend Date of birth Election Result
1 20 April 4844 January 4845 Lukas Matic Progressiste 04 janvier 4801 Not elected (1st round) 29 151 (0.05%)
2 03 April 4848 January 4849 Lukas Matic Progressiste 04 janvier 4801 Not elected (1st round) 39 703 (0,09%)
3 12 April 4852 January 4853 Zacharie Pichon Conservateur 14 juillet 4784 Not elected (1st round) 10 444 425 (32.56%)
4 22 April 4856 January 4857 Yann Ferrier Conservateur 20 mai 4826 Not elected (1st round) 11 011 915 (26.49%)
5 17 april 4860 January 4861 Adrien Delannoy Conservateur 31 mars 4790 Not elected (1st round) 8 700 595 (20.44%)
6 21 april 4864 January 4865 Anne Blanc Conservateur 06 août 4793 Elected (1st round) 19 118 040 (57.22%)
7 17 april 4868 January 4869 Anne Blanc Conservateur 06 août 4793 Not elected (1st round) 16 208 354 (48.04%)
8 10 april 4872 January 4873 Gladys Vergneau Libéral 16 avril 4832 Elected (1st round) 17 175 219 (50.78%)
9 12 april 4876 January 4877 Gladys Vergneau Libéral 16 avril 4832 Elected (1st round) 19 804 004 (51,77%)
10 21 april 4880 January 4881 Marc Dupuy Libéral 15 novembre 4812 Not elected (1st round) 18 488 671 (49,09%)
11 18 april 4884 January 4885 Gilles Rossi Conservateur 20 mars 4823 Elected (1st round) 19 857 256 (53,89%)
12 21 may 4887 June 4887 Gilles Rossi Conservateur 20 mars 4823 Elected (1st round) 18 891 208 (53,42%)
13 08 september 4890 June 4891 Georges Courcelles Libéral 11 février 4817 Elected (1st round) 36 779 083 (61,87%)
14 11 september 4894 June 4895 Georges Courcelles Libéral 11 février 4817 Elected (1st round) 35 402 178 (60,22%)

Republican Presidents[edit | edit source]

  1. Anne Blanc (January 4865 - January 4869, Vice-President: Denis Le Gall)
  2. Gladys Vergneau (January 4873 - January 4881, Vice-President: Lukas Matic)
  3. Gilles Rossi (January 4885 - June 4891, Vice-President: Paul-Louis Sauveur then Clayton Jouvet)
  4. Georges Courcelles (June 4891 - ..., Vice-President: Pauline Bourgeois)
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